Race results (3) - Rockingham

1. Stephen Jelley Team RAC BMW 320si 26mins 47.230secs I
2. Andrew Jordan VX Racing Vauxhall Vectra +2.057secs C
3. Tom Chilton Team Aon Ford Focus ST +7.705secs I C
4. Colin Turkington Team RAC BMW 320si +8.455secs I
5. Mat Jackson Racing Silverline Chevrolet Lacetti +10.345secs I
6. Jonathan Adam Airwaves BMW BMW 320si +12.375secs I
7. Johnny Herbert Team Dynamics Honda Civic +13.623secs I C
8. Gordon Shedden Club SEAT SEAT Leon +18.182secs I
9. Tom Onslow-Cole Team Aon Ford Focus ST +24.386secs I C
10. Martin Johnson Boulevard Team Racing Vauxhall Astra Coupe +37.908secs I B

11. Fabrizio Giovanardi VX Racing Vauxhall Vectra +38.243secs C
12. Jason Plato Racing Silverline Chevrolet Lacetti +1min 03.214secs I
13. John George TH Motorsport with JAG Honda Integra +1 lap I B
14. Matt Hamilton TH Motorsport Honda Civic +1 lap I B
15. Anthony Reid Team RAC BMW 320si +2 laps I

Did not finish:

16. James Nash RML Chevrolet Lacetti 13 laps completed I
17. Paul O'Neill with Tech-Speed Honda Integra 12 laps completed I B
18. Matt Neal VX Racing Vauxhall Vectra 7 laps completed C
19. Rob Collard Airwaves BMW BMW 320si 5 laps completed I
20. Dave Pinkney Team Dynamics Honda Civic 2 laps completed I C
21. Harry Vaulkhard bamboo engineering Chevrolet Lacetti 1 lap completed I

Fastest laps:

Stephen Jelley Team RAC BMW 320si 1min 24.829secs I
Andrew Jordan VX Racing Vauxhall Vectra 1min 25.118secs C

C denotes eligible for Manufacturers/Constructors title
I denotes Independent runner
B denotes BTC spec car, all others S2000

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Stephen Jelley (GBR) - Team RAC BMW 320si E90
Stephen Jelley (GBR) - Team RAC BMW 320si E90
Stephen Jelley (GBR) - Team RAC BMW 320si E90
Stephen Jelley (GBR) - Team RAC BMW 320si E90
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Andrew Jordan, WSR Pirtek BMW [Credit:Jakob Ebrey]
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Andrew Jordan
Andrew Jordan

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MeymacTony - Unregistered

September 20, 2009 10:33 PM

Agree the way the Gio attacked Jackson should have been penalised - when he realised he had braked too late then he should have avoided contact - but then Italians do not play cricket. Noticed Mr Plato became bored with clean driving and reverted to form - I know which tools I will not be purchasing. Was I right yesterday when I asked if Plato is Flabbio's man in touring cars?

Chris - Unregistered

September 20, 2009 8:08 PM

Glad Not-so-Fab Gio didnt score a top 10 in this race, his assault on Mat Jackson was disgraceful, im sure he was aiming to punt Jackson into Turk

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